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Old 01-21-2004, 07:55 AM
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Finaly I proud to introduce to you guys my new engine.
Palmaris PS 12.
I need to edit the pics to fit them in forum.
Sorry, give me couple minuts.
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how is it compared to other .12's out there?
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Default Here is first pic

Here is look from the side.
Can samobody help to put this pick as full image not as attachments? Please!!!!!!!!!!!

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Originally posted by mtx3racer
how is it compared to other .12's out there?
Theoritically, blows them off the track.

In Reality we will let you know in a few weeks when they get there debut race at the Winternats
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There will be some fast engines this year at the Winternats. Hope your ready.
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Bring them on!!! They are already proving themselves on the track I'll be 2nd in line for one Edward.
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Originally posted by Grinder
There will be some fast engines this year at the Winternats. Hope your ready.
Hi Uriah. I am always ready. One most important thing-I am ready with my own stuff

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Originally posted by Top Gun 777
One most important thing-I am ready with my own stuff
Congratulations!

From the photos I only know one thing.It cost you very much.
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Congratulations!

From the photos I only know one thing.It cost you very much.
Hi Dino. No it is not. We just use newest tehnology which gave us ability to keep cost very low. But defenetly not that low as you guys can do.
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Modellor, check your email please.
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Originally posted by mtx3racer
how is it compared to other .12's out there?
Power wise, Can't answer you, but design is totlay different, we use way advanced technology and a lot of unusual solutions to solve some issues which we faced during the designing. it takes about 6 weeks to design this unit. because we didn't want to go by common way, it tooks us little bit more time. I still think 6 weeks is pretty short time to design and make prototypes and ready to put on production.
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Got it Topgun.

You got email back
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Woohoo!!! Looks great TG! I can't wait to see them run! Judging by how my 777 engines run now, I'm sure the PS12 haul ass!!!
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Originally posted by Top Gun 777
Here is look from the side.
Can samobody help to put this pick as full image not as attachments? Please!!!!!!!!!!!
Congratulation to you TG.Looks like you have done some major change on this engine compared to those engines in the market right now.Firstly your carb inlet is off center,my guess is maybe its for the induction timing and crankshaft balance kind of thing.Secondly the crankcase is made up of two section(don't know why you design it this way,maybe you can explain)

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here ya go TG

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